the politician who wishes to remain in the good graces of his constituency
Our image as a low-key, behind-the-scenes supporter of a small, niche constituency is gone.
The seat was abolished following boundary changes in 1983, after which he represented the Selby constituency .
The African American constituency isn't going to fall for this nonsense.
The constituency has 873,000 voters who also seem to be divided in their loyalties.
The eclectic newspaper package offered every constituency something special.
Every member of the Cabinet has been scheduled to visit the constituency in the run-up to the election.
The bulk of the new voters voted Yes, with the result that 66 per cent of voters in the constituency backed the referendum.
Other party officials say that on the ground there is immense hostility to him and he has few supporters left in the constituency .
With guns at least, there obviously is a very real constituency for anti-gun-control activism.